It will be a festive atmosphere at the Jonesboro-Hodge Middle School this coming Tuesday, October 5th. During the day the 2021 Homecoming Queen and King will be recognized in front of the student body. This will be followed by the season ending football game at Caldwell-Peacock stadium on the campus of Jonesboro-Hodge High School where the Homecoming Court will again be recognized as well as the eighth grade players and cheerleaders associated with the football program.
Playing their last game for J-H Middle School will be: Jason Blackburn, Dakota Knox, John Self, Marquis Baker, Kyron Atkins, Sadaar Stevens, Troy Baude, Jeremiah Turnage, Dewayne Palmer Jr and Kemeion Rogers.
“Speaking for our stafff, we really appreciate the commitment these guys have given,” said JHMS head coach Kris Cash. “We enjoyed having the opportunity to coach them and wish them the best as they move forward.”
The contest which is against D’Arbonne Woods, is set for 6:00 pm but those who will be part of the activities are asked to be on site at 5:00pm.
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